• Exhibition Opening Galerie Frank SchlagDecember 9, 2015

    Magazine Cover of Time will Tell featuring Terry Taylor
    Jan 22, 2016 - Feb 27, 2016

    https://www.german-modern-art.com/r%20taylor2016.html

    Time will tell – the five senses

    In the presence of the artist, we invite you and your friends to the opening of the individual art exhibition.

    On Friday, 22 January 2016, from 7 pm until 9 pm,
    Meisenburgstraße 173, 45133 Essen, Germany

    The artworks are exhibited until 27 February 2016. After the vernissage, the Art-Lounge is opened in the loft of the building.

    GALERIE FRANK SCHLAG & CIE.
    Meisenburgstraße 173 · 45133 Essen · Fon: 0201/1807772 · Fax: 0201/1807773
    E-Mail: [email protected] · Internet: www.german-modern-art.com
    Öffnungszeiten: di. bis fr. 11-19 Uhr, sa. 11-16 Uhr, sowie nach Vereinbarung

  • The Hit List & The Seven Deadly SinsAugust 13, 2013

    Jan 16, 2016 - Feb 20, 2016

    TERRY TAYLOR | SUZANNE TARASIEVE PARIS from Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve.

    This video was put together for my current exhibition at Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve in Paris. The Hit List & The Seven Deadly Sins will be showing until 20 February 2016. Following that, I am very excited about my upcoming solo show in Essen, ‘Time Will Tell – The Five Senses’, at Galerie Frank Schlag.

  • White Night Festival Melbourne – The Seven Deadly SinsFebruary 2, 2015

    Feb 21, 2015 - Oct 31, 2020

    Seven Deadly Sins (14 metre installation) will be showcased at the Old Melbourne Jail.

    Terry Taylor’s series of paintings in the Old Melbourne Gaol is dark, comic and atmospheric. They respond to the biblical concept of sin and are overlaid by a great soundscape by Russell Goldsmith.” – SMH February 20, 2015

  • Lyon’s view – the Mayor’s choice at the Geelong GalleryDecember 3, 2014

    Media Release about Mayor Darryn Lyon's portrait
    Dec 06, 2014 - Feb 08, 2015

    Please come down to my beautiful hometown of Geelong and see my portrait of the Mayor Darryn Lyons which features alongside a collection of works from the Mayor’s private collection including works by Damiem Hirst, Andy Warhol, Stuart Semple and Frederick McCubbin to mention but a few.